1- Residential Electrical Inspection Checklist
Based on the 2008 National Electrical Code
This brochure is intended to be a general overview of residential electrical requirements. No claim is made that this information is complete or beyond question. Additional information and knowledge is needed to properly install electrical wiring that is essentially free from fire and electric shock hazard.
2- Home Electrical Safety Checklist
Every year, electrical products are associated with injuries, deaths, and fires in homes. Use this checklist to spot possible safety problems before they occur. This checklist is a room-by- room guide and allows you to identify and follow up on safety concerns.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission staff recommends inspecting electrical products in your home every six months. Each time you move into a home or change your clocks is the perfect time to check your smoke alarms and perform this checklist!
3- Electrical Safety: Checklist according to NFPA
Keeping Your Community Safe and Energized!
This checklist is a preliminary inspection checklist which can help home owners in checking safety issues for electrical home connections.